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Mar 05 2002 (HC)

A.V. Arockiam and Etc. Vs. Arul Mary Alias Latchumi Devi and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-05-2002

Reported in : AIR2002Mad435; (2002)2MLJ506

..... the district court having jurisdiction over that place would be alone competent to entertain a petition under the indian divorce act. proviso to clause 35 of the amended letters patent cannot also be ignored. if the parties resided within the jurisdiction of the high court, the high court as also the family court would have jurisdiction to entertain the ..... as principal civil court of ordinary original jurisdiction. in so far as matrimonial jurisdiction is a special jurisdiction exercised by the high court under clause 35 of the letters patent, it cannot be said that the high court is functioning as principal civil court of ordinary original jurisdiction. moreover under the provisions of indian divorce act, the high ..... for 'admiralty jurisdiction'. clause 34 relates to testamentary and intestate jurisdiction'. clause 35 falls under the heading 'matrimonial jurisdiction'. hence the jurisdiction exercised under clause 35 of the letters patent is not one which the high court exercises under its ordinary original jurisdiction. if at all, the high court can be said to be covered by the expression 'district ..... 1984), the jurisdiction of the high court in respect of applications for appointment as guardian by foreign nationals as petitioners of indian minor children under special enactment like the letters patent, madras, was taken away from the high court and entrusted to the family court. the further question also, as to the maintainability of applications for divorce by christian .....

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Sep 06 2002 (HC)

S. Mazhaimeni Pandian, Advocate and Four ors. Vs. the State of Tamil N ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-06-2002

Reported in : (2002)3MLJ513

..... educational institution-whether state-owned or state-recognised - in recognition of their 'right to education' under the constitution. charging capitation fee in consideration of admission to educational institutions, is a patent denial of a citizen's right to education under the constitution. 18. indian civilisation recognises education as one of the pious obligations of the human society. to establish and administer .....

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Mar 06 2002 (HC)

Consolidated Agencies a Partnership Firm Rep. by Its Partner A.L. Laks ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-06-2002

Reported in : AIR2002Mad396; (2002)2MLJ56

..... consideration to the above rival contentions, we are obliged to decide whether the plaintiff is entitled to seek leave of this court invoking clause 12 of the letters patent to file the above c.s.no.87 of 1998, based on either of the agreements dated 1.10.1985 or 1.4.1993, which provides that any ..... , the restriction as to the jurisdiction agreed between the parties can be waived by grant of leave by this court, exercising the powers conferred under clause 12 of the letters patent.7.2. placing reliance on the decision in m/s. sponge iron india ltd., vs . a.s. corpn. ltd., bangalore, reported in : air1989ap206 , the learned ..... that the leave granted by this court by order dated 2.2.1998 in application no.304 of 1998, exercising the power under clause 12 of the letters patent, curifies the jurisdictional irregularity said to have been caused either by clause 16 of the agreement dated 1.10.1985 or by clause 22 of the agreement dated ..... of the first defendant is located outside the jurisdiction of this court, the plaintiff preferred the above application no.304 of 1998, invoking clause 12 of the letters patent and obtained leave of this court by order dated 2.2.1998 to sue the defendants in c.s.no.87 of 1998.4.1. the first defendant ..... dated 29.3.2001 made in application no.3713 of 1998 in c.s.no.87 of 1998 revoking the leave granted under clause 12 of the letters patent to the plaintiff/appellant herein in application no.304 of 1998 on 2.2.1998 to file the suit in c.s.no.87 of 1998. 2. .....

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Apr 25 2002 (HC)

Shri Thirumalai Fisheries Pvt. Ltd., Vs. Indian Bank, Triplicane Branc ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-25-2002

Reported in : (2002)2MLJ487

..... beyond its jurisdiction, refusal to exercise jurisdiction, error of law apparent on record as distinguished from a mere mistake of law, arbitrary or capricious exercise of authority or discretion, a patent error in procedure, arriving at a finding which is perverse or based on no material, or resulting in manifest injustice. as regards finding of fact of the inferior court, the .....

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Nov 08 2002 (HC)

B. Ramachandra Adityan Vs. Educational Trustee Co. (P.) Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-08-2002

Reported in : [2003]113CompCas334(Mad); [2003]41SCL385(Mad)

..... is not of much help to the petitioner in construing the term, 'business' as the privy council was considering the express, 'carry on business' in clasue 12 of the letters patent, 1865. therefore the decision of the privy council is not of much help to the petitioner.19. learned senior counsel referred to the decision of rangoon high court in tan ..... equitable to wind up a company where its substratum is gone, as when its main object is to acquire and work a mine, or patent, or concession which cannot be obtained, or the mine is worthless or the patent is invalid, or the concession has lapsed; or where the company is a bubble company; or where its only business is ultra vires .....

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Apr 03 2002 (HC)

Perumal Vs. Boyot Selvacarassou, Power Agent Boyot Virappin

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-03-2002

Reported in : (2002)2MLJ150

..... accordance with law. by order dated 22.9.1987, this court after considering several judgments, directed the appellant to present the papers before the district court. against this, a letters patent appeal was filed by the appellant stating that the respondent cannot ask for direction to return the appeal papers for presentation before the proper forum. this objection was accepted by ..... that dhanusu pillai was tenant and the appellant a sub-tenant was not believed. in the present case, the pleadings refer to an oral lease. the documentary evidence shows a patently concocted letter where the place where the left thumb impression of the appellant's father is supposed to have been fixed is conveniently damaged by 'wear and tear'. the learned ..... suit property, the evidence of p.w.1 that 'my vendor told that defendant's father was occupying on rent for about 4 or 5 years before my purchase' is patently false. p.w.2 is the son of dhanusu pillai. according to the learned senior counsel, this person's evidence should also not be believed. on the other hand, the .....

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Feb 13 2002 (HC)

Thanjavur District Employees Co-op. Credit Societies, Employees Union, ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-13-2002

Reported in : (2002)2MLJ162

..... -i, dated 29-5-2000 directing the societies to enter a fresh settlement on the basis of the recommendations made in the above g.o. and the union found several patent and apparent discrepancies and sent representations to consider the modifications to certain recommendations. they are:-2.03:- in the event of a society achieving the norms prescribed to a higher .....

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Aug 08 2002 (HC)

intel Corporation Vs. S. Ramanan Director and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-08-2002

Reported in : 2002(25)PTC457(Mad)

..... a single word and they would not mislead the trade public. the learned senior counsel for the applicant relied on harrods limited v. r. harrod limited, (vol. xli reports of patent, design and trade mark cases 74) that if the name found calculated to cause confusion, interlocutory injunction can be granted.11. reliance is also placed on simatul chemical industries v .....

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Apr 30 2002 (HC)

Mangayarkarasi Apparels Pvt. Ltd., Millers Road, Bangalore and anr. Vs ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-30-2002

Reported in : [2003]113CompCas487(Mad); (2002)2MLJ444

..... beyond its jurisdiction, refusal to exercise jurisdiction, error of law apparent on record as distinguished from a mere mistake of law, arbitrary or capricious exercise of authority or discretion, a patent error in procedure, arriving at a finding which is perverse or based on no material, or resulting in manifest injustice. as regards finding of fact of the inferior court, the .....

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Jun 10 2002 (HC)

M.R.F. Employees Union Through Its President V. Prakash Vs. the Manage ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-10-2002

Reported in : (2003)ILLJ881Mad

..... maintainable in chemplast sanmar ltd. m.c.p.t. sangam . a division bench of this court rejected the said contention of non-maintainability and held that if there was a patent violation of the provisions of the industrial disputes act which would constitute unfair labour practice and alterations of conditions of service without following the procedure under section 9a of the ..... of a settlement under section 12(3) of the i.d.act is not public duty and no writ will lie against a private body. 6. if the features are patent and they establish gross violation of the mandates of law, the jurisdiction under article 226 of the constitution could be exercised to quash settlement under section 18(1) or section .....

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